Price and Beethoven

Often overshadowed by the symphonies that precede and follow it (the “Eroica” and the “Fifth”), Beethoven’s 4th is filled with wit and charm. Witness pure jubilance as Grammy-winners Michael Repper […]

Beethoven

One of the greatest storytelling symphonies in music, Beethoven’s Pastoral Symphony No. 6 shines in a transcendent concert led by guest conductor Carolyn Kuan. The Philharmonic, joined by the exceptional […]

Beethoven and Mahler

“Eroica,” the third symphony of Ludwig van Beethoven deserves its heroic nickname. Originally dedicated to Napoleon Bonaparte, the composer angrily scratched out the inscription replacing it with “dedicated to the […]

Brahms & Beethoven

Brahms scored his Schicksaslied (Song of Destiny) as a man haunted by fate and longing for divine connection. Philharmonic cellist Leah Hansen takes on Paul Moravec’s “Montserrat” concerto. Beethoven’s Egmont, […]